2008 getting to Birmingham
Birmingham is right in the middle of the UK, with great connections to the rest of the country. Being in the top 3 cities in the UK, there's range of ways to get to Birmingham from the UK or beyond!
Depending on times of travel Chiltern Trains does London to Birmingham for as little as a £5. An EDay ticket.
It's Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street (right by the Bull Ring, a short walk from New Street Station).
Travelers to Birmingham by train should be aware that Birmingham International station is located at the airport, around 15 miles away - although there is obviously regular services from here to Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham New Street Stations.
[Chiltern Trains booking here http://ticketing.chilternrailways.co.uk/]
Birmingham Moor Street station is 1.2 miles away from the venue Directions from Google Maps
National Express Coaches
National Express is the UK's largest coach operator, running coach services from lots of destinations around the UK. Whilst being around £5-£10 more than MegaBus, they offer a bit higher quality travel and more flexibility on times.
(booking here http://www.nationalexpress.com/)
The main drop in Birmingham is Digbeth* - listed as BIRMINGHAM by national express which is 0.4 miles away from the venue Locations on Google Maps
- Temporary station across the road from the now demolished and horrible Digbeth Coach station.
This is a really 'cheap and no-frills' bus service operating services from most major UK cities to Birmingham. One way fares are in the region of £5-£10, or cheaper!
[booking here http://www.megabus.com/uk/]
The main drop in Birmingham is The Priory Queensway which is 0.9 miles away from the venue Directions from Google Maps